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? >> reporter: well, you heard him in that concession speech saying that paul ryan and he left everything on the field. he has said that of this campaign, saying we left nothi in this locker room. as they look back in this, they'll look at the biggest missteps as self-inflicted. there was the tape about the 47%, the comments. then, there was that first debate. it didn't come up in the first debate. they had momentum. even in the final days, the campaign thought he might have turned it around in that denver debate. different story, though, this morning, george. >> david muir, thank you very much. >>> as we said, this tense race came down to the crucial battleground states. we heard all along how important ohio would be. ohio put him over the top. in florida, however, they are still counting the votes. florida, another battleground state. that's where abc's cecilia vega is this morning, in tampa. cecilia, good morning. >> reporter: hey, elizabeth. good morning to you guys, back in new york. what an unbelievably long night it has been out here. they are still counting ballots this morning. w
democrats love america just like good republicans love america. >> reporter: as for paul ryan, he took a short halloween detour to his hometown of janesville, wisconsin. taking his kids trick or treating. his daughter dressed as katy perry, an obama supporter. and one of his boys as the grim reaper. the abc news/"washington post" poll shows the race is tied nationally. 49% for mitt romney. 49% for barack obama. but each side seems convinced they're winning. the obama campaign points to the battleground states. all eight of the states where the candidates are campaigning the hardest, the president is either tied or winning. but the romney campaign points to michigan, pennsylvania, and minnesota -- three states thought to be solidly democratic, but where obama is now playing defense. the president, back on the campaign trail today. going to wisconsin, colorado and nevada. mitt romney will be campaigning in virginia. george, you can expect both of them to be campaigning virtually nonstop between now and tuesday. >> no question about it. they're going to be focusing on the white battlegrou
romney and paul ryan will be rallying ten crowds in eight states overnight, romney made a play for independents in pennsylvania, attracting more than 20,000 people. meanwhile in florida, so many people tried to vote early that they swamped some polling site, prompting democrats to file a lawsuit to extend voting. >>> and you see this plane trying to land, and an suv driving straight through its path. the driver unaware of the plane approaching at 65 miles an hour. the plane actually clipped the roof of that suv. driver apparently never saw that stop sign we just saw before the runway. thankfully, no one was hurt. >>> and finally, most of us would have trouble climbing 103 flights of stairs with two legs. but you can imagine doing it with just one? zac vawter did it sunday, climbing to the top of the willis tower with one leg. he did it to advance technology for mind-controlled prosthetics. it's a thought-controlled prosthetic limb. also arms. these are becoming available commercially. the leg that he used is specially advanced. it's years way from being sold. it's still a remar
sandy. christie insists that's nonsense. that he worked harder, with the possible exception of paul ryan, to try to get mitt romney elected. george? >> thanks, jon. >>> we turn to nicolle wallace. top adviser to the mccain and bush campaigns. you see some of the lashing out. >> for the love of god, leave chris christie alone. he's our best hope. you know, geez. >> some people looking at the romney campaign, saying they blew it. but you argue that the problems are much deeper than that. >> republicans either have to look at the map and say, we saw plenty of red, keep doing the same thing. or they have to decide they want to win national elections. if you want to win national elections, you know, you have to change everything. you have to decide we want to and we can compete everywhere. and you should be able to compete everywhere, with a message of economic opportunity. but you can't simply pass on the debates about all of the social issues. >> not only everywhere, but with everyone. i saw al cardenas, the head of the conservative union say, the party's too old, too white, too male. >> i
. great to talk to you this morning. paul ryan, tonight on "world news." his first network interview since the election night loss. we will find out finally what was going on inside the romney campaign those final few days. what went wrong. and what he plans to do next. our abc news exclusive. >> we will be watching. >>> finally, victoria's secret is apologizing for a native american-style outfit in its annual fashion show. the company, flooded with complaints when a model stepped out wearing a feathered headdress and a bikini studded with turquoise stones. victoria's secret says the outfit will not be included when the show is broadcast next month. >> okay. >>> in "pop news," everybody, they may have been trying to keep a relationship under wraps. but kristen stewart certainly had nothing to hide at the premiere of "breaking dawn" last night. the "twilight" star hit the red carpet looking so hot in a sizzling sheer ina corseted gown. it left little to the imagination. and beside her, her co-star, robert pattinson, making a bold choice. an emerald green gucci suit. if she's trying to get h
, to our exclusive interview with paul ryan. mitt romney's running mate was sent back to congress instead of the white house last week. and he sat down there with abc's jon karl to talk about handling the loss and how he and the gop can pick up the pieces. >> reporter: the president wins 300 some electoral votes. every battleground state with the exception of north carolina. does barack obama now have a mandate? >> i don't think so because they also re-elected the house republicans. whether people intended or not, we've got divided government. >> reporter: but there was one issue that the president campaigned on, it was raising taxes on the wealthy. every, single speech he gave. >> mm-hmm. >> reporter: doesn't he have a mandate there? the top earners? seeing them play more of their fair share, as the president put it. >> you can do that through loopholes without compromising growth. but what we have learned, history and economics, is that you keep raising tax rates on job creators, it will cost us jobs. >> reporter: could you see yourself supporting a plan that raises tax rates? >> i'm no
and vice president biden will be holding four rallies. mitt romney and paul ryan will be holding ten rallies. meanwhile in florida, so many people tried to vote early that they swamped some polling site, projec prompting democrat to file a lawsuit to extend voting. >>> and an suv driving straight through its path, the driver unaware of the plane approaching at 65 miles per hour. the plane actually clipped the roof of that suv. driver apparently never saw that stop sign we just saw before the runway. thankfully, no one was hurt. >>> and finally, most of us would have trouble climbing 103 flights of stairs with two legs. but you can imagine doing it with just one? zach fodder climbed it with one leg. he did it to advance technology for mind-controlled prosthetics. it's a thought-controlled prosthetic limb. they're becoming available commercially. it's specially advanced, it's years away from being there. it's still a remarkable thing. >> another heartwarming story, the senator had a very bad stroke last year, he walked up as part of his comeback as well. special hurricane edition? >> y
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